Elements (Nishaverse #3) is the hair-raising conclusion to the trilogy. You can now purchase it at the shop!

Nisha and friends find themselves head to head against the Aklum Queen, Viderakl. The Elements are the key to defending their kingdom from Viderakl’s descending forces, but will they be able to gather the Elements in time to stop the impending destruction of Seis?

Illustrated by Inez Wandita

Elements (Nishaverse #3) Reviews

“It was such a thrilling and heart-breaking ride. I love that this book has EVEN MORE cool battle scenes and BEAUTIFUL magic ambience. This book is also surprises me and I really love all of the characters’ development in this one!”

yourstrulyjulietta , bookstagrammer

“The folklore. The lack of patriarchy. The songs. The battles. The magic!”

Krisandryka, author and book reviewer

“The trilogy itself has captured my heart from the beginning, but book 3 owns my entire soul…”

Angela , the7thvolume

“This is the greatest book of the Nisha trilogy! I love how the story gets deeper and it’s more complicated than the past two books. I also got to meet great new characters, visit new, interesting places, and the character developments are soooo good.” 

Sherry Heather, author and book reviewer

Sacred Rituals (Nishaverse #2) Reviews

Our bad-ass heroine returns cooler and stronger than ever as she explores more of her magical powers.

This ebook is available for purchase at my shop.

“It felt like I was growing with them [the main characters] all, which makes this story so heartwarming and special. As always, the fantasy element to it was top-notch amazing—from magical powers to enchanted forests, it was all very simple yet unique.”

Tash , book reviewer

“When I read about The Fisherman Story (in Sacred Rituals), I firmly believe that the author has a solid talent for writing children’s books or middle-grade novels. Her writing style reminds me of some of the famous children’s books I read in the past.”

Febrian Giovanni, book reviewer

“I read this in one sitting, because the pacing and fantasy conventions felt much more considered in Sacred Rituals. Nisha lays great foundations, but the trilogy exceeded it greatly. This is definitely a great read for tweens who enjoy the works of Leigh Bardugo also.”

Keya Markham, book reviewer

“…the writing style is very unique. It’s not one I usually look for in books but I personally really enjoyed it with ‘Nisha’ and felt like it fit the tone of the story very well. It’s immersive but also simplistic, clear and concise.”

Lexa, Somerset, UK

Free Bonus Content from the Nishaverse

The Nisha Universe Map, with a bit of Saad’s POV from Sacred Rituals

Scenes from Faris’ Childhood, part 1. Understand a bit more about the brilliant Outer Movement Wizard through his childhood

Scenes from Faris’ Childhood, part 2. How Faris was orphaned

Reading-a-loud the dawn of Nisha and Faris’ first battle

Creating the look of characters in the Nishaverse

Creative Process Behind Nisha’s Cover Illustration

Nisha, Faris, and Saad, made with Pinterest and TikTok

A sample of the Nisha audiobook, which I narrated

Reading-a-loud The Weevil Curse, the first chapter of Nisha

Reading-a-loud Ever Since, the second chapter of Nisha

Nishaverse fanart by marychi_artsy12

Collected Nisha & Sacred Rituals Reviews

Since I am completely new to authoring, I depend a lot on the phenomena of booktube, bookstagram, booktok, book podcast, and other independent book reviewers to spread the word around about Nisha and Sacred Rituals. I enjoyed getting to know this community and their love of reading. Here are some of their reviews, please appreciate their work of love by following and liking their posts!

Bookstagram : @dinday6 (Bahasa Indonesia)

Booktube : Sherry from The Cozy Library (co-founder of the Mad Tea Book Club)

Jenny Sandiford, who convinced me to get on Goodreads!

Balinese Book Podcast : Podcast Sahabat Buku. Episode 124 is especially on Sacred Rituals (Bahasa Indonesia)

Selene Escapism Blog by Solana, spoiler alert for those of you who don’t mind

Krisandryka’s reviews (co-founder of the Mad Tea Book Club!), and booktube channel (Bahasa Indonesia)

Azraa Killru, herself a writer from Colombo

Bookstagram : Angela from @the7thvolume, special shout out to Cochen –coastal town lovers

Joe’s reviews on Goodreads (Bahasa Indonesia). He’s a fan of the General!

Bookstagram: Vidhika Yadav, who also wrote the first customer review of Sacred Rituals!

Bookstagram The Literary Bridge, with a cool angle on the magic of the Nishaverse

Super honest and critical review from Jacqueline @onechapterleft

Borneo (Sumatra) based bookstagrammer : Widya’s reviews

Booktoker keiko.reads, review in Bahasa Indonesia

Lexa @bookshelves4paperelves all the way from Somerset, UK

Ana Maria @afantaseeofbooks all the way from Romania – Norway!

Bookstagram @mybooksel reviews both Nisha and Sacred Rituals

Banten based bookstagrammer @fay_reads reviews in Bahasa Indonesia

@papermoonpages – she said Queen Anvi (Nisha’s mother) reminds her of Maleficent! Love it!

@dblueholic – if you the color blue you will love her aesthetics.

An honest review from @wanderinfiction

Buana and Books said he would get his younger sister to read it! Yay!

Keya Markham from England giving a very critical and honest review.

Hestia – The Reading Buddy, mentioning General Char reminds her of Gwendolin Christie (Game of Thrones). Me is humbled.

Drop dead gorgeous pic from @denareaaaad

Li Sister Library double review – we’ve known each other since high school orchestra times!

MinGod and booktuber Skolastika Rosa on her booktube channel. She also reviews Sacred Rituals.

Fabulous Nisha video aesthetics by @starrymandytales

@fantashyyy who also intentionally supports a lot of BIPOC authors

Short, sweet and cute review from @maggiereads – just like the book 😉

@riantireads with a meticulously detailed description

This picture of her daughter holding up Nisha warms my heart @dddyndin

4,5 Stars from! Post is in Bahasa Indonesia

In-depth review in Bahasa Indonesia from @reasond.etr

“Easy to read, with magic!” @cameliawithbooks

“I loved reading Nisha.” Aww, thank you @words.are.not.small.things

If you are a book reviewer, I am more than happy to send a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. Let’s get in touch! For updates on the last book of this trilogy, subscribe to my newsletter.